C-SPAN


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C-SPAN

(ˈsiˌspæn)
Trademark. Cable Satellite Public Affairs Network (a cable television channel).
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Communication and political science scholars explore how researchers can use the C-SPAN Video Library to advance the understanding of interactions in the two disciplines.
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Correction: A previous version of this story gave an incorrect date for when C-SPAN plans to air the debate.
Wohlford's June 21st appearance on C-SPAN isn't the Bureau's first foray into the television broadcast world.
Collins is corporate vice president and general counsel of C-SPAN, based in Washington, D.
The C-SPAN program "Road to the White House" features coverage of the candidates, issues and events that shape presidential politics.
ush said his decision to sit down with C-SPAN is an anomaly and that he doesn't want to be on television.
C-SPAN originally interviewed Oreskovic and the other veterans in 2005, and the series will follow up on their injuries, recoveries and future plans.
Then C-SPAN turned on its cameras and we learned that, except for a few bored staff members shuffling papers in the background, both chambers of Congress are usually devoid of human life.
Wilson also appeared nationally on C-SPAN, CNN Headline News and MSNBC during the election season.
Wynne said on C-SPAN that the U-2's retirement is ``a little bit on hold'' until the Global Hawk is proven as an effective substitute.
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